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Posterolateral annular disruption

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Should we go for surgery in case of mild diffuse posterolateral disc bulge at l4- l5 along with mild facetal hypetrophy,mildly compresing the thecal sac ,with small annular tear at this level. ...

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'clock position reflecting grade I annulus tear . There is posterolateral annular bulging bordering the thecal sac ...) . There is prominent posterolateral annular bulging at L5-S1 adjacent to the ventral margin of the thecal sac more ...

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stenosis. There is mild annular disc bulging that is more focal to the right posterolateral aspect ... answer if your familiar with this type of injury (l5s1) bulging disc with tiny annular tear. mild ...

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Is a disrupted sleep unhealthy for the body? I have this tendency to wake up at 2 am, I can sleep again at 3 and wAke up at 5...again I sleep until 10 in the morning... ...

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Hi I have the following impression: IMPRESSION: • Diffuse annular bulge with left posterolateral ... neural foraminal narrowing (Left > right). • Diffuse annular bulge with left posterolateral disc ...

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I have L4/5 disc degeneration with annular bulging and left sided posterolateral disc prolapse occupying the left lateral recess and compressing the L5 nerve root. At L3/4 there is a left lateral annular ...

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At L-5 - L-1, small focal right posterolateral protusion with an underlying high intensity zone (bright annular fissure). No neural compression. Moderate bilateral facet arthropathy unchanged. My wife ...

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i make the MRI on my back the report conclusion ; - spondylodegenerative changes in term of loss of normal T2 - annular tear with small right posterolateral disc prolapse at L2-3 level indenting the thecal ...

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/C5. Also there is a posterolateral disc herniation with severe impingement of the right lateral .... Also have herniation at L5/S1 with annular tear. I am 36 years old and female what does this all mean ...

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17-24, when i did heavy physical activity. i understand that i pill may cause temporary disruption ...

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posterolateral disc osteophyte complex which narrows the left lateral and to a lesser extent the left neural foramen . at the L4L5 there is very minimal left posterolateral disc bulge with a small annular tear. Now ...

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to the exiting left-sided nerve root . There is an associated left posterolateral radial annular tear noted, can ...On my MRI there was shown a slight annular buldge at L4-5 with slighyly more prominent left lateral ...

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What are the symtomes due to a left postero-lateral annular tear L4-L5 level,and at the same time an annular tear associated with small central L5-S1 disc protrusion indenting the dural sac without evidence ...

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of LS spine states Degenerative changes in L5-S1 with central & left posterolateral protrusion of L5-S1 compressing thecal sac & narrowing left lateral recess & neural foramina. Also shows mild diffuse annular disc ...

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what hormone(s) does this disrupt??? Thank you very much. Respectfully, Ray ...

Mobile Questions and Answers

doctor1 MD

This hypoechoic area is usually due to endometrial polyp, a fibroid or complex cyst.(other causes also). If you continue to have symptoms, I shall suggest you to follow up your doctor every month. Thanx.

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Hi dear, For what your biopsy taken? And on which site? normally when biopsy taken it has annular erythem is there. Not to worry about annular eythem . Consult your treating doc. Thank you

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from where the sample was taken ??